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Antarctic Expeditions with Joshua Holko: Part 1

Choosing an Antarctic Expedition: Part 1 Joshua Holko Over the last six plus years I have been fortunate to travel and photograph in Antarctica more times than I can easily […]

Journey to Reflection Canyon

Journey to Reflection Canyon Joshua Snow Recently my girlfriend Lacey, my dog, my good friend Jesse, and I set out on a trip to the legendary Reflection Canyon on Lake […]

Start to Finish Edits: Swept Away

Start to Finish – “Swept Away”  Max Foster   “Swept Away” was taken in the Narrows of Zion National Park during a very high water flow period. One of the […]

Chasing Mountain Ghosts

Chasing Mountain Ghosts  Nick Garbutt One of my life ambitions had been to see and photograph all of the world’s big cat species in the wild. I already had the […]

The Past and Present

The Past and Present Craig Varjabedian This photograph has a quality of the past but is a moment of the present. It is unexpected and makes the viewer ask, “When […]

Behind the shot with Joe McDonald

Follow-up article to Jaguar Photography with Joe McDonald Behind the shot – Brazilian Jaguars Joe McDonald I have a rule that I usually follow, and that is ‘Stay with the […]

Hawaiian Adventure To Kīlauea

Hawaiian Adventure To Kīlauea Joseph M. Johnson Sr. For ages the power and beauty of the Hawaiian volcanoes have been attributed to Pele the goddess of fire. Her immensely creative […]

Behind the Shot with Karen Hutton

Winter Tahoe Photography Karen Hutton THE DAY Lake Tahoe, CA. It’s been the biggest winter around here in over a decade. Over 25 feet of snow fell in about a […]

Photo by Scott Stulberg

Behind the Shot with Scott Stulberg

Using the amazing PG-01 lightweight vertical pano head and the PC-LR pano clamp Scott Stulberg After using the beautifully built PG-02 vertical pano gear for years, using it on my […]